Pollen Load

18
June

It is important for pollen allergy sufferers to monitor the current daily pollen load during the pollen season. If pollen allergy sufferers are prepared for high pollen loads they can minimize the contact with pollen and avoid outdoor activities.

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The current pollen load for 1220

Legende: 1 = Low, 2 = Moderate, 3 = High, 4 = Very High

grasses (Poaceae)

Friday, 18. June
3
Saturday, 19. June
3
Sunday, 20. June
3

nettle family (Urticaceae)

Friday, 18. June
2
Saturday, 19. June
2
Sunday, 20. June
2

fungal spores (Alternaria)

Friday, 18. June
2
Saturday, 19. June
2
Sunday, 20. June
2

cypress family (Cupressaceae)

Friday, 18. June
1
Saturday, 19. June
1
Sunday, 20. June
1

rye (Secale)

Friday, 18. June
1
Saturday, 19. June
1
Sunday, 20. June
1

alder (Alnus)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June

hazel (Corylus)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June

ash (Fraxinus)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June

birch (Betula)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June

plane tree (Platanus)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June

olive (Olea)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June

mugwort (Artemisia)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June

ragweed (Ambrosia)

Friday, 18. June
Saturday, 19. June
Sunday, 20. June
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